<p><a href="http://www.dragonsys.com/"><b>Dragon Naturally Speaking 4.0</b></a><br> Author Dan Newman introduces us to Dragon Systems' Naturally Speaking 4.0. He shows us how it has the intelligence to anticipate what you will be wanting to write and how you can use it to browse the web. He then shows us Dragon Mobile Organizer which allows you not only to dictate messages but to automatically turn them into memos or emails when you connect the device to your PC.</p> <p><a href="http://www.autopc.com/"><b>Clarion AutoPC</b></a><br> George Giles from Clarion shows off the AutoPC, a leader in the rapidly developing area of auto-based computing. The Auto PC looks and works like a conventional car CD/stereo, but it is voice activated. George also demonstrates how it will allow you to make hands-free phone calls, get messages about traffic, news or personal email and give you directions to anywhere you want to go.</p> <p><a href="http://www.bevocal.com/"><b>BeVocal</b></a><br> Mikael Berner from BeVocal shows us how you can use your telephone, whether you're at home or on a cell phone, to connect to their service to get traffic updates for your specific location, directions, or to manage your email.</p> <p><a href="http://www.gamepro.com/"><b>GamePro Magazine</b></a><br> Dan Amrich is an editor with the popular gaming magazine GamePro. Dan gives us an overview of the latest and coolest ways of interacting with your game software without using a keyboard. Hell brings along his picks for the best gaming mouse, joystick, wheel and hybrids thereof, as well as some special items like a fishing rod and a light blaster gun.